When doctors discovered a large tumor growing on their unborn baby’s tailbone, Jenny and Derek sought expert care at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Before she was born, Sophia underwent successful surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to remove a tumor called a sacrococcygeal teratoma from her tailbone. See how she's doing now.
The fetal medicine team at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia made a treatment plan for his CCAM/CPAM, and Owen is now home and happy after surgery.
Chris and Jolin traveled from their home in Pensacola, Florida to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to give their son, Max, access to world-class CDH care.
CDH can be a devastating diagnosis for an expecting parent to receive. But for a select group of babies with the most severe form of CDH, treatment before birth may help.
Born with a hole in her diaphragm (congenital diaphragmatic hernia), feeding difficulties were one of the biggest hurdles little Maggie has had to face in her CDH journey.
After receiving a prenatal diagnosis of CDH, Laura and Nick turned to the expertise of CHOP’s fetal team.
When Henry was prenatally diagnosed with spina bifida in the middle of the pandemic, his parents turned to CHOP’s fetal surgery team for help and hope.
After an unexpected prenatal diagnosis, Olly’s parents found comfort with the experienced team at CHOP’s Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment.